In Bob Clark's "Porky's" sexually repressed high school students find ways to dilute their teenage angst- mostly through an immediate take-down of a hooker bar.
So every decade has it's version of a raunchy coming-of-age comedy, right? The tradition goes as early as "American Graffiti" or "Animal House" straight up to the many many "American Pie" films and so on. This one is probably it for the early 80's.
Truthfully, Porky's didn't really hit me like the others. Perhaps because it didn't feel universal enough. It struck me as Bob Clark's film dedication to teenage boys, but not the collective youth. So therefore, I couldn't really connect and felt a little left out of silly acne-prone masturbation jokes.
Respect for all the youngins' just trying to see some tits in a hooker bar though.